Wide receiver Terrance Williams will have to have a new workforce in 2019.
The Dallas Cowboys elected to not choose up an option on Williams, a state of affairs that makes the sixth-calendar year professional an unrestricted cost-free agent when the league’s new calendar calendar year kicks off on March 16, the workforce introduced Monday. ESPN initial claimed the information.
Williams, who signed a four-calendar year extension in 2017, was established to make a foundation wage of $3.5 million in 2019 and $4 million in 2020. He appeared in just 3 game titles previous period and landed on injured reserve with a foot injuries.
Even though recovering on injured reserve, Williams was suspended 3 game titles for violating the NFL’s material abuse plan for a May possibly 2018 incident involving an intoxication charge.
Williams finishes six seasons with the Cowboys showing in 83 game titles with 68 begins and totaling 232 catches for 3,377 yards and 20 touchdowns.
The Cowboys have Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup as their best two huge receivers, but Dallas requirements to bolster depth when thinking about Cole Beasley is also eligible for unrestricted cost-free agency.